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    111111A custom brush is a grey scale bitmap image file. You can create it yourself using a paint program such as [http://www.gimp.org/ GIMP] or [http://www.getpaint.net/ Paint.NET] or download it off the Internet. Height maps of mountains, for instance, make good custom brush images. To install the custom brush, copy the image file to the custom brushes folder, which you can open from the Tools menu in !WorldPainter. You have to restart !WorldPainter for the custom brush to show up. For more details, see the CustomBrushes page. 
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    113 ''Note'': you can organise the custom brushes into separate subdirectories inside the brushes folder, which will show up as separate palettes in WorldPainter. This is especially convenient if you have many custom brushes, to prevent the palette from becoming so large that it doesn't fit on the screen. 
     113'''Note''': you can organise the custom brushes into separate subdirectories inside the brushes folder, which will show up as separate palettes in !WorldPainter. This is especially convenient if you have many custom brushes, to prevent the palette from becoming so large that it doesn't fit on the screen. 
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    115115== How do I customise the biomes without creating any land, letting Minecraft generate the land according to the biomes? ==